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Job Listings for the Week of October 11, 2021 (Issue 21-41)

Nonprofit Organization Positions

New! ASPCA — Coordinator, Advocacy Content, Remote, Posted 10.12.21
The ASPCA is seeking a Coordinator, Advocacy Content eager to impact the lives of animals by producing and scheduling engaging, accessible content with a high degree of accuracy and strong calls to action. This includes writing and editing copy for legislative- and policy-related emails, web-based action alerts and text messages. The Advocacy Content Coordinator also assists the ASPCA’s larger Membership and Development teams and must have a deep understanding of digital environments, best practices for effective communications, campaign goals and the ASPCA’s voice to effectively build messaging and communicate our efforts on behalf of animals. Apply here.

New! ASPCA — Director, Membership Acquisition, Remote, Posted 10.12.21
The ASPCA is seeking a Director, Membership Acquisition to oversee the implementation and execution of the ASPCA’s multi-channel direct response acquisition strategy of one-time and monthly donors. In addition to managing multiple offline channels such as DRTV, telemarketing, direct mail and face-to-face canvass efforts, the Director manages relationships with key external acquisition partners, leads a team of two, and works in partnership with the Senior Director to develop and manage the annual budget. Apply here.

New! Feeding America — Manager, Email Marketing, Chicago, Ill., Posted 10.12.21
Feeding America is seeking an Email Marketing Manager to devise and execute email and SMS marketing strategies that engage subscribers, convert prospects and retain donors to increase channel revenue for the organization. Partner with Digital Engagement team members to support online fundraising appeals through other digital channels. View full position description and apply here.

New! Joni and Friends — Public Relations Specialist, Agoura Hills, Calif., Posted 10.12.21
This dynamic role develops public relations strategies and executes media outreach for programs, promotions, and milestones that integrate with ministry-wide marketing plans. Reporting to the Director, Marketing Strategy this role also coordinates with cross-functional teams to grow the brand influencer program and supports the planning and promotion of ministry podcasts. The ideal candidate will have 3+ years of experience in PR, exceptional written and verbal communication skills, and proficiency using social media platforms and Meltwater. View full position description and apply here.

National Trust for Historic Preservation — Leadership Giving Assistant, Washington, D.C., Posted 10.5.21
Supports fundraising, stewardship, and cultivation efforts for donors at $1,000-$10,000 annually. Min 1-2 years’ experience, in member support, customer service, direct mail or related. Exp with online CRM systems required; exp helping coordinate production though outside mailshop vendor preferred. Full time, full benefits, pay range of $40-45,000/year. For a full description and application instructions visit the posting on our jobs page or contact hr@savingplaces.org with questions.

National Trust for Historic Preservation — Manager of Development Communications, Washington, D.C., Posted 10.5.21
Craft original, timely, and compelling acknowledgments, written appeals, templates, talking points, presentations, and other materials for high-level donors and prospects from the CEO and other Executive Team members. Assist with creation of Annual Report and membership giving e-newsletters. Maintain calendar to track and inform development communications strategy. 5+ years’ experience, including writing strong, accurate, persuasive editorial pieces geared toward cause-oriented supporters, in both journalistic and narrative styles. Experience with CRMs, design software (Adobe Photoshop and InDesign), email marketing (MailChimp) and digital engagement platforms (Engaging Networks) a plus. For full description, please visit our website or contact hr@savingplaces.org.

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) — Web Marketing Associate Specialist, Washington, D.C. or Remote, Posted 10.5.21
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Web Marketing Associate Specialist. Do you want to help create a future where people and nature thrive? Are you interested in a job where you can directly see how your work supports inspiring donors to help WWF fulfill its mission? We are looking for an individual who has a combination of experience, commitment to quality, hard technical skills for updating and writing code, and an interest in marketing and analytics. Collaborating with marketing experts and web developers, the Web Marketing Associate Specialist is primarily responsible for supporting, managing, and executing digital fundraising touchpoints including online infrastructure, donation forms, emails, content, and programs that drive donor support. This role is pivotal in championing and developing innovative marketing approaches and ensuring high-quality campaign standards, with the goals of increased donor engagement, conversion rates, and revenue. It’s rewarding work with a clear vision, amazing team, and remote option. View the full position description and apply here.

Smithsonian — Individual Major Gifts Officer, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art, Washington, D.C., Posted 10.5.21
The museum is seeking an Individual Major Gifts Officer (MGO) to help grow the museum’s individual giving program. The incumbent is responsible for identifying, cultivating, and soliciting a portfolio of individual major donors with the capacity to support the mission of National Museum of Asian Art through contributions of $25,000 or more, including planned gifts. Working with colleagues across the museum, the Individual Major Gifts Officer will develop and implement strategies for solicitations and follow established procedures for tracking, qualifying, and managing prospects. The effective Individual Major Gifts Officer will have a proven track record of securing philanthropic gifts, establishing, and meeting deadlines, and will work to support the overall success of the museum’s fundraising efforts. View the full position description and apply here.

Covenant House International — Director, Social Media, New York, N.Y., Posted 10.5.21
Reporting to the VP, Marketing Optimization and Digital Experience, the Director, Social Media will develop and champion Covenant House’s social media strategy across social platforms collaborating with the Marketing, Brand, and Communication Teams to build experiences that deepen our constituents’ connections with our organization and mission. Our ideal candidate has proven experience developing an organic social media audience growth strategy with new and existing followers across platforms. They will work to ensure Covenant House International (CHI) is reaching and engaging audiences, delivering relevant, creative content, and that social media content supports our ambitious brand awareness and revenue goals. The exceptional candidate will have experience balanced in strategy, creativity, tactics, and relationship building across a wide variety of stakeholders. To apply, please send your resume to amartinez@covenanthouse.org.

Arbor Day Foundation — Digital Fundraising Manager, Lincoln, Neb., Posted 9.28.21
The Arbor Day Foundation is seeking a Digital Fundraising Manager to oversee digital fundraising and donor programs, including the management of a digital advertising agency. You will develop and manage the Foundation’s digital fundraising program, including growth plans, financial and programmatic goals, and agency partnership. This role is a champion for our donors by optimizing the digital donor experience to increase engagement, retention, advocacy, lifetime value, and mission impact. To learn more about the role and apply, visit our website.

Feeding America — Manager, Marketing Technology, Chicago, Ill., Posted 9.28.21
The newly created Marketing Technology Manager role is critical to Feeding America’s successful utilization of our technology stack to achieve our ambitious marketing, advocacy, and fundraising goals. The MarTech Manager serves as both an in-house product manager and the operations lead for our MarTech team. This person’s ultimate goal is to help the team plan, deliver and support an integrated marketing stack that enables Feeding America to achieve data driven, personalized, automated supporter and donor engagement. The ideal candidate is energized by emergent marketing practices and is as comfortable talking about long-term tech strategy with business stakeholders as they are getting their hands into the tools to become a platform expert. They have a penchant for strong processes and enjoy keeping track of the whole amidst a fast-paced day-to-day workflow. They bring the demeanor of a senior consultant and the service orientation of a good collaborator. And they’re a self-starter, excited to learn new technologies, interested in how complex systems operate, and eager to find new ways to help the team in our shared mission to end hunger in America. View the full position description and apply here.

Feeding America — Coordinator, Digital Marketing, Chicago, Ill., Posted 9.28.21
Responsible for ensuring the successful, accurate and timely execution of digital marketing program across digital fundraising and engagement efforts. Manage digital marketing project timelines, schedules and task lists. Master email, web and social media CRM/CMS platforms (i.e., Drupal, EveryAction and Meltwater) for daily execution of all facets of the Feeding America digital program. Maintain daily community management inclusive of management of social media inbox and Instagram message requests, responding to/escalating requests, hiding/reporting comments that violate community guidelines. Lead the coordination with Donor/Customer Services, Third-Party Giving, and Programs Department on community management escalations and social platform efficiencies. Provide relationship management support for third-party platforms to secure additional partnership exposure and platform adoption, including Feeding America profile maintenance, finance and operational set-up, campaign messaging, audience engagement and stewardship, and reporting. View the full position description and apply here.

Feeding America — Director, Digital Content Strategy, Chicago, Ill., Posted 9.28.21
Leads content strategy and execution of Feeding America digital marketing channels in support of organizational priorities to engage a diverse set of audiences. Responsible for user experience and content marketing to deepen relationships with multiple audiences, driving awareness, consideration, engagement, fundraising and action on brand platforms. Direct development and execution of digital content marketing and engagement strategies to attract qualified visitors to Feeding America’s digital properties and scale digital program. Serve as thought partner to Marketing leadership in evaluating new channel opportunities and content directions based on audience engagement potential. View the full position description and apply here.

Feeding America — Manager, Access Services, Chicago, Ill. or Washington, D.C., Posted 9.28.21
The Manager, Access Services will provide Feeding America network members with skills and resources to sustainably increase the capacity of their partner agency networks to deliver nutritious food to those facing hunger. This role will partner closely with network members, providing expert tools, skills, guidance and resources to grow and sustain agency food raising and overcome barriers to food storage and distribution and dignified access. View the full position description and apply here.

Feeding America — Manager, Network Relations, Chicago, Ill. or Washington, D.C., Posted 9.28.21
The Manager, Network Relations works to strengthen the partnership and alignment between the membership and the national organization. They manage key projects central to the work of the National Council (NAC) and other key partners such as network task forces and Partner State Associations. View the full position description and apply here.

Feeding America — Manager, Social Media, Chicago, Ill., Posted 9.28.21
Manage Feeding America’s B2C social media strategy across priority platforms inclusive of planning, goal setting, execution and monitoring of the digital content marketing plan, in alignment with overall digital marketing strategy to drive brand awareness and supporter engagement with a north star of loyalty. View the full position description and apply here.

Covenant House International — Manager, Communications + Brand, New York, N.Y., Posted 9.28.21
The Communications + Brand Manager will support the growth and expansion of the Covenant House International (CHI) brand strategy, brand vision and value proposition for the near and long term. The successful candidate will fundamentally improve workflow with internal and external stakeholders to meet our brand goals and align communications across the Covenant House federation. Reporting to the SVP, Communications and Brand, this role is in support of the team creating and delivering ethical and inspiring content that is fully integrated with teams charged with delivering an enriching experience to our donors and prospective supporters. To apply, please send your resume to amartinez@covenanthouse.org.

Covenant House International — Coordinator, Events, New York, N.Y., Posted 9.28.21
The Coordinator will be responsible for supporting the management of in-person, virtual, and hybrid friendraising, fundraising, and stewardship events led by Covenant House International, both traditional and peer to peer. Primary responsibilities include planning and executing event logistics, coordinating vendor orders, event revenue tracking and reporting, guest and participant support, and administrative tasks. To apply, please send your resume to amartinez@covenanthouse.org.

Covenant House International — Director, Peer-to-Peer, New York, N.Y., Posted 9.28.21
Reporting to the AVP, Peer-to-Peer (P2P), the Director of Peer-to-Peer Fundraising’s primary responsibilities are generating, planning, executing, and evaluating tactics and strategies for recruiting new participants and achieving the fundraising goals of Covenant House International (CHI) P2P Programs, with a focus on Sleep Out (SO) and Do It Yourself (DIY) fundraising programs. The Director will also assume a leadership role in recruiting for Sleep Out events in NYC. These responsibilities will include providing strategic support and vision for our Associate Board for young professionals, as well as industry Sleep Out committees and global corporate partners. To apply, please send your resume to amartinez@covenanthouse.org.

ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital — Sr. Advisor, TV Media Strategist, Memphis, Tenn., or open to Remote, Posted 9.28.21
Lead the strategic direction for TV related media investments to support fundraising objectives through driving increased awareness and maximizing donation conversions as part of the Performance Marketing ecosystem. Responsible for understanding and optimizing the donor mix based on changes in TV strategy, consumer behaviors and media buying methods. Collaborate with business partners across the enterprise to build strategies to reach new audiences, drive new donor conversion and cultivate existing donors. Provide subject matter expertise in TV media planning, TV specific KPIs and emerging TV media trends to develop and optimize overall media performance outcomes. Provide leadership in the planning of orchestrated performance marketing across channels beyond TV such as search, social, display, video and audio streaming to build efficient and effective media plans. Enhance existing TV media buying approaches and associated donor journeys to meet enterprise growth objectives. Craft and deliver presentations on TV strategy, media execution and optimization strategies to support marketing objectives. Partner with media operations, performance analytics, and UX/content teams to analyze results across all response channels to inform strategic optimizations. View the full position description and apply here.

ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital — Director, Ads Agency Hub, Memphis, Tenn., Posted 9.28.21
Director, Ads Agency Hub is responsible for leading an internal team of Media Strategists and Media Analysts along with managing several external Media Partners to deliver best in class Paid Media solutions for Relational, Experiential, and Territory business partners. Builds relationships with business partners to understand their goals and leads the development and execution of the Paid Media strategies to help them achieve their objectives. Ensures that paid media strategies and their execution, along with user experiences, and emerging digital platforms support and meet organizational objectives. Directs the collaboration with internal business units, specialty teams, and external partners/vendor/agencies to understand strategic goals and tactical objectives of fundraising programs and leads the team’s development of the digital marketing solutions within the context of the larger organization Performance Marketing strategy. Assists Senior Management with the objective evaluation of project costs and benefits to aid in project prioritization and resource planning while ensuring exceptional service and solutions are provided to internal stakeholders. View the full position description and apply here.

ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital — Digital Media Strategist, Ads Agency Hub, Memphis, Tenn., or open to Remote, Posted 9.28.21
The Media Strategist level resource is responsible for developing paid media plans that can be easily converted into in-platform campaigns by the Media Ops Team or Agency Partners. They combine their digital advertising knowledge, historic campaign performance and media planning tools to craft plans for programmatic media buys. Media Strategists are skilled in relationship management and are clear communicators – who can seamlessly operate within a variety of working teams and effectively communicate with stakeholders and internal business partners. Exposure to media and ad technology platforms (DSPs) a must. View the full position description and apply here.

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation — Vice President of Marketing and Fundraising Operations (National HQ), New York, N.Y., Posted 9.28.21
This is an exciting new opportunity with the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation, reporting directly to the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, and charged with forming a Marketing and Fundraising Operations function. Establish and execute the strategy and the roadmap for the Foundation’s marketing and fundraising systems and data (Salesforce CRM, Blackbaud CRM, Drupal CMS, Salesforce Marketing Cloud, peer to peer platforms, etc.), developing new functions and feature enhancements for the Foundation’s existing and new MarTech systems. View the full position description and apply here.

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation — Director of Event Experience, Remote, New York, N.Y./Tri-State Area preferred, Posted 9.28.21
The Director of Event Experience is an exciting new opportunity with the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation. This person will be charged with forming a centralized Event Experience function that will be responsible for establishing – and then implementing – the overarching strategy for leveraging Foundation events as a means of enhancing engagement with our constituents. The Event Experience function will be able to provide best in class event experiences, and give critical partnership and support to internal staff that are hosting the actual events. (This includes professional meetings as well as fundraising events.) This person will operate on both a strategic and a roll-up your sleeves operational level, to ensure each event team (either Foundation staff or outsourced event management organizations), has the resources they need to deliver world-class execution and exceeds all deliverables. View the full position description and apply here.

Covenant House International — AVP, Programs – Latin America, New York, N.Y., Posted 9.21.21
Reporting to the VP, Programs, the AVP, Programs will be responsible for leading the development and implementation of CHI’s Program Initiative with our site partners in Latin America and the CHI Latin America team. The purpose of this work is to support and leverage opportunities to improve practice, quality and service delivery and achieve the strongest outcomes possible at individual youth, site and Federation levels. This is a newly created role that will primarily focus on supporting Covenant House sites in Latin America across a range of emerging priorities in diverse program areas, including but not limited to residential services, family reintegration, health and behavioral health services, education, employment, and specialized services for specific populations of Covenant House youth including survivors of human trafficking, young families, and youth who identify as LGBTQ. To apply, please send your resume to amartinez@covenanthouse.org.

Covenant House International — VP, Institutional Funding, New York, N.Y., Posted 9.21.21
The Vice President of Institutional Funding will be responsible for maintaining and growing Covenant House International’s foundation and government sources of support for youth and young families facing homelessness. Responsibilities include identifying and stewarding foundation and government funding opportunities; writing and reviewing proposals, reports, and other submissions; ensuring accurate tracking and timely adherence to proposal and reporting guidelines, deadlines, and responsibilities. He/she will provide leadership, supervision, and oversight as needed to the Department staff and work with Covenant House leadership and program staff to strategize and maximize funding opportunities. To apply, please send your resume to amartinez@covenanthouse.org.

Agency and Supplier Positions

New! O’Brien Garrett — Multiple Positions, Washington, D.C., New Orleans, La., or Remote, Posted 10.12.21
Are you passionate about working with socially progressive nonprofits? Then join our team! O’Brien Garrett is an award-winning direct response fundraising agency and are hiring several positions for our growing business, including Vice President of Client Services, Account Executive, Planner, Writer, and Graphic Designer. O’Brien Garrett is a collaborative team environment that encourages professional growth. You’ll work side-by-side with a talented group of professionals committed to helping forward-thinking organizations realize their fullest potential. Headquartered in Washington D.C., we also have a New Orleans, La. office located in Bywater and are open to remote employees. View the full position description and apply here.

New! CDR Fundraising Group — Account Director, Lanham, Md. or Remote, Posted 10.12.21
CDR Fundraising Group, an award-winning, full-service direct response fundraising agency, has an exciting job opportunity for an Account Director to join our growing team! The Account Director drives the overall strategic direction for a group of agency clients. The Director works closely with company leadership by supervising account team members, directing all aspects of program growth: budgeting, strategy development, channel integration, client relationship, and analytical/reporting oversight. A qualified candidate will have at least 10 years of senior-level experience in national, nonprofit, direct response fundraising with a clear focus on direct mail and integration with multiple channels, with an exceptional talent for managing client relationships. Agency experience is preferred. Must be able to thrive in a fast-paced creative environment with constantly changing schedules and priorities. Remote employees are invited to apply! Candidates should submit resume to Lisa Behuncik, lbehuncik@cdrfg.com.

Concord Direct — Associate Strategy Director, Northeastern U.S. (Maine to Md.), Posted 10.5.21
This role will be responsible for establishing fundraising program goals, recommending measurable strategies, and evaluating the success of such efforts. You will analyze and leverage data to collaborate closely with teams in identifying opportunities for growth as well as problems to be addressed within fundraising plans. You will define objectives, targets, and priorities for agency client programs on an annual/FY basis as well as develop client revenue and expense budgets. You will also report on testing and ensure “closing” of campaigns throughout the year and ensure client teams make data-driven decisions across all channels, with a focus on creating measurable results across different touchpoints. Extensive experience in nonprofit direct response fundraising is a must, experience in email and the ability to extend into digital channels is preferred. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to resumes@concorddirect.com or visit our website to see our career opportunities!

Concord Direct — Account Director, Web Development, Northeastern U.S. (Maine to Md.), Posted 10.5.21
This role will be responsible for ensuring Concord Direct develops high quality websites from end to end to achieve client success. You will lead the development of websites, informed and supported by the work of strategic, design, and technical team members. You will serve as the project owner and key point of contact for our internal project team. They will oversee and manage project execution throughout the entire lifecycle for website development projects, using technology that is likely to include WordPress, Zapier, Mailchimp, and Marketing Cloud. You will have responsibility for the success of client engagements from end-to-end, seeking support from peers and matrix service staff. You should be great at project planning and execution, budgeting, and have a focus on growing and expanding our clients’ business. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to resumes@concorddirect.com or visit our website to see our career opportunities!


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